The common red-winged dung beetle is two species
Making the Cryptic Visible dmns.org
When we were out collecting dung beetles from bison dung at the Plains Conservation Center a week ago, by far the most numerous beetles were the red "Europeans". The red-winged Aphodius dung beetle, believed to be an invasive...
25,000 Insects Databased dmns.org
Back to Main Page Today we passed the mark of 25,000 databased insect specimens, thanks to our wonderful, efficient and indefatigable volunteers and our grant-funded assistants, David Bettman and Chris Grinter. Supported by two grants of the...
Beetles from the DMNS collection, collected by the famous German writer Ernst Jünger, on exhibit at the CU Boulder library.
Beetles in A New Objectivity dmns.org
Today was the official opening of a new exhibition in the Special Collections room of University of Colorado's Norlin Library: A New Objectivity: Ernst Jünger and Albert Renger-Patzsch. Ernst Jünger (1895-1998) was a famous German writer, ...
I am preparing, with coauthors Robert Hammon, Pamela Wheeler, and Jeffrey Roberts, a short paper about a possible range extension of the Figeater Beetle, Cotinis mutabilis ...
Species Cotinis mutabilis bugguide.net
Adults lay eggs in late summer in decaying organic matter, such as compost, dung, where larvae feed. Pupation occurs in spring, and adults emerge in mid to late summer. Contributed by Phillip Harpootlian on 30 August, 2005 - 10:43am Additional...
I know Frank would like me to help out in the collections there (so would Paula Cushing), but my wife and I have only one car between us so I can't make a regular commute up there. ...
High Country Coleopterists
About the High Country Coleopterists GroupResearchers and afficiandos of beetles
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